We’re covering NATO’s new strategic plan and the psychological scars of Shanghai’s lockdown.
A more muscular NATO emerges
At a summit in Madrid yesterday, NATO outlined its new strategic vision, positioning Moscow as the alliance’s primary adversary and, for the first time, labeling China a strategic “challenge.”
The plan signifies a fundamental shift from the post-Cold War era, when the alliance saw Russia as a potential ally and did not focus on China at all. It followed formal…